Thanks Guac_a_mole. EZEX.EXE did the trick. I wonder why that program is buried deep in the Windows directory and isn't set up in the standard control panel?
Yellow1 - I have just started playing around with ebooks. I get an ebook from:
They come in standard .txt files so I can skim it over in wordpad and see if it is worth reading. If I like the book I then convert it on my PC into a .PRC file using the Windows CE version of:
Then I can transfer the .PRC file to the epods and begin reading it using:
The advantages over the mobipocket reader (.PRC) vs. a .TXT file is that you can change your font size, it remembers where you left off in the the book, you can highlight sections and a bunch more. Now thanks to Gauc-amole I might actually start reading since the dimming of the backlight was very irratating.